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Didcot – Five years of anguish…

Post #4431 by RSS Bot » Mon Feb 22, 2021 5:34 pm

Didcot – Five years of anguish…
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Lack of progress prolongs the agony. 1,825 days ago, the landscape of the UK demolition industry changed forever when the boiler house at Didcot A Power Station collapsed, killing four workers. 1,825 days ago, the reputation of the UK demolition was tainted as the sector’s safety record was laid bare before the watching world. 1,825...Read moreRead more
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Welcome to the show…!

Post #4432 by RSS Bot » Mon Feb 22, 2021 6:34 pm

Welcome to the show…!
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Dedicated industry news briefing launched this morning. COVID-19 and the associated lockdown have changed the way in which we consume information. Demolition and construction moves too quickly to rely purely upon a magazine that arrives every other month. And there’s more to say than a website will generally allow. So DemolitionNews this morning lunched a...Read moreRead more
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Didcot – Police remain non-committal…

Post #4433 by RSS Bot » Tue Feb 23, 2021 5:34 am

Didcot – Police remain non-committal…
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Thames Valley Police issue statement on 5th anniversary of Didcot Disaster. Thames Valley Police, the police authority responsible for investigating the cause of the Didcot A Power Station collapse in which four demolition workers were killed in 2016, have paid tribute to those who died in the incident. “…Today marks the fifth anniversary of the...Read moreRead more
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In memory of the #Didcot4…

Post #4434 by RSS Bot » Tue Feb 23, 2021 11:35 am

In memory of the #Didcot4…
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At 4.04 pm today – four minutes and five years after the boiler house at Didcot A Power Station collapsed claiming the lives of four men – DemolitionNews will premiere a new film that recalls that fateful day and the lack of progress since. In addition, we will be hosting a LiveStream show dedicated to...Read moreRead more
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The Break Fast Show #2

Post #4435 by RSS Bot » Tue Feb 23, 2021 1:35 pm

The Break Fast Show #2
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The second episode of our new daily news show aired live this morning at 10am. Among the key topics up for discussion were: Demolition firms on recruitment drive; Komatsu’s new midi marvel; Keltbray’s carbon commitment; and the largely meaningless statement issued by Thames Valley Police on the fifth anniversary of the Didcot Disaster. There’s also...Read moreRead more
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Didcot 5th anniversary LiveStream…

Post #4436 by RSS Bot » Wed Feb 24, 2021 9:35 am

Didcot 5th anniversary LiveStream…
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Last night, I hosted a LiveStream video show to mark the fifth anniversary of the Didcot Disaster. It was sombre, serious and sad. It was also the most important show we have ever produced. And we were particularly honoured that members of the family of one of the men killed in the accident on 23...Read moreRead more
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The Break Fast Show #3

Post #4437 by RSS Bot » Wed Feb 24, 2021 2:36 pm

The Break Fast Show #3
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Today’s flash briefing details Volvo and Steelwrist expanding their alliance; the Scottish construction sector being lauded for its COVID-19 measures; a Sussex Council targeting sustainability; and a look back at last night’s emotional anniversary of the Didcot Disaster. In addition, we bring you the news that Total Reclaims had been given the green light on...Read moreRead more
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CITB to fix rates…

Post #4438 by RSS Bot » Thu Feb 25, 2021 2:36 pm

CITB to fix rates…
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Britain’s construction training body pledges pre-COVID rates. The training body for British construction is proposing to keep rates at pre-COVID levels as it launches a wide-reaching consultation into its funding proposals. A six-week consultation into how CITB raises its Levy – the funding needed from the industry for the training body to provide its support...Read moreRead more
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Car parks in crisis…

Post #4439 by RSS Bot » Fri Feb 26, 2021 12:37 pm

Car parks in crisis…
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Demolition expert decries parlous sate of nation’s car parks. Yesterday, we hosted what we hope will be the first of many educational seminar sessions on specific aspects of the demolition process. Yesterday’s session, sponsored by Amicus Insurance, was hosted by C&D Consultancy’s Mike Kehoe, a man with the demolition of more than 50 multi-storey car...Read moreRead more
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The Break Fast Show #5

Post #4440 by RSS Bot » Fri Feb 26, 2021 1:37 pm

The Break Fast Show #5
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Today’s flash briefing looks at the following key stories: Car Parks in crisis; HSE restores roofing company involved in fatal fall; Armac gets the nod in Coventry;; CITB fixes rates; and a new monster machine is set to make its debut.
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